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BAKER'S® ONE BOWL Spider Web Brownies

BAKER'S® ONE BOWL Spider Web Brownies recipe
photo by:kraft
An artful chocolate drizzle forms a spiderweb on the marshmallow creme glaze of these Halloween-inspired brownies. They're so good, it's scary!
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 57 min
servings
total:
32 servings, 1 brownie each
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posted:
10/15/2007
I used dark chocolate chips instead of the unsweetened and they were to die for. Every one loved them. (especially my husband). I actually took them out of the pan and then cut the edges off to make it more attractive and then added the spider web on top. They were great.
posted:
1/5/2007
They licked the plate clean at my Halloween party!!!! The brownies added to the table decor and they were really tasty according to my guests. Hold off on slicing them till people are ready to eat because they are difficult to slice without destroying the spider web.
posted:
12/17/2006
used a mix instead topping was wonderful
posted:
11/21/2006
HAD A PROBLEM MAKE THE DESIGN ON TOP, SO i JUST SWIRLED IT. vERY MOIST AND EVERYONE LOVED IT.
posted:
11/5/2006
They looked beautiful, but they didn't taste too good. Mine didn't come out the right color. Instead of being a rich, dark brown, it was a light, caramel color. It was too sweet and the marshmallow cream was so messy to eat. I like Kraft's classic brownie recipies a lot better.
posted:
11/4/2006
Absolutely one of the best, richest brownies I've ever had! Recipe calls for immediate spread of Marshmellow creme, out of jar...however, that did not work for me...had to heat it up in microwave (careful - it heats quickly!) so that it could spread more easily, otherwise it was going to mess up the top of brownies. But what a great combination - and much easier to make than I thought!
posted:
10/30/2006
Very rich....I made this for a dinner event and everyone loved it! The web did not turn out as nice as the picture but the brownies tasted great!!
posted:
10/30/2006
I made this for a bake sale. It was one of the quickest sellers!!
posted:
10/29/2006
I made this for a halloween party.....I made it in a smaller pan which was for sure the way to go. These brownies are more like fudge....YUM! They were the talk of the party! I will make these again VERY soon!
posted:
10/24/2006
I only gave it three stars because it came out a bit thin and dry. However, reading the other reviews, I bet that putting it into a smaller pan will be just what the recipe needs.
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